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Proceedings of the 1st International Workshop on Adaptive Self-Tuning Computing Systems for the Exaflop Era - EXADAPT '11
The High-Performance Computing ecosystem consists of a large variety of execution platforms that demonstrate a wide diversity in hardware characteristics such as CPU architecture, memory organization, interconnection network, accelerators, etc. This environment also presents a number of hard boundaries (walls) for applications which limit software development (parallel programming wall), performance (memory wall, communication wall) and viability (power wall). The only way to survive in such adoi:10.1145/2000417.2000422 fatcat:h5gnh4twjzcetarsdj2cnfp2yu